Degree Completion in Education
The Center for Nontraditional Teacher Preparation offers nontraditional degree programs and courses designed for the adult student who is age 23 or older and has 60 or more hours of college credit.
The Center currently offers a Degree Completion Program that leads to a Bachelors of Arts degree with majors in:
Elementary Education (K-6)
Middle Level Education (4-8) in any two of the following areas:
- English/Language Arts
- Social Studies
These programs provide for an intensive and accelerated study allowing for completion of a degree in a shorter time period than normal.
By offering flexible scheduling, the program is designed for the adult student. Courses typically run in 6 week intervals and are offered during the day, evening, and on weekends in an attempt to accommodate non-traditional students.
Harding University’s Mission
To provide a quality education that will lead to an understanding and philosophy of life consistent with Christian ideals.
College of Education Mission
To equip and sustain reflective, life-long learners that are competent, confident, compassionate, and courageous professionals, who, in turn, will inspire and enable those they serve.
All programs leading to licensure have been approved by the Arkansas Department of Education and by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). For more information, please see the College of Education's Accreditation status.